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By Sports Digest | September 6, 2010
Men's college soccer Sixth-ranked Terps rebound to rout Huskies, 5-0 No. 6 Maryland rebounded with a vengeance Sunday night, dominating visiting Northeastern, 5-0, in men's soccer. After surrendering four goals in a heartbreaking loss to No. 24 Michigan State on Friday, the Terps (1-1) tallied their first win and shutout of the 2010 campaign against Northeastern (0-2). The junior combination of Casey Townsend and Matt Kassel combined for seven of Maryland's 16 points on the day, while keeper Zac MacMath notched his 20th career shutout in goal.
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Sports Digest | October 7, 2013
Et cetera Quaranta scores winner for UMBC women's soccer Sophomore forward Alexa Quaranta (Perry Hall) scored her second game-winning goal of the week as host UMBC (7-4-2, 2-1-0 America East) picked up a 3-1 win against Albany (1-10-1, 0-2-1)in women's soccer Sunday. The victory marks the first conference win for the Retrievers at home since Oct. 11, 2009. More women's college soccer: Second-half goals from Towson (7-6-1, 2-2-0 Colonial Athletic Association) senior Emily Banes and sophomore Hollie Garber fueled a 2-1 comeback win over host College of Charleston (2-10, 0-2)
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By Tom Worgo and Tom Worgo,Contributing Writer | August 23, 1992
Howard Community College has appointed Marbue Richards, a native of Liberia, as its men's soccer coach.Richards, 40, played for the Liberian national team in 1974 and served as an assistant coach for the squad in 1979.He returned to the United States in the summer of 1990 after spending 13 years in Liberia, where he also coached several club soccer teams between 1978 and 1990. He guided the Glenelg boys JV soccer team to a 7-2-3 record last fall."Coming back over, I didn't want to divorce myself from the game," said Richards, who lives in Gaithersburg.
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By Sports Digest | September 13, 2010
WNBA Finals Injured McCoughtry misses at buzzer in Dream's Game 1 loss Sue Bird made a tiebreaking jumper from the foul line with 2.6seconds left and the Seattle Storm defeated the Atlanta Dream, 79-77, in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday. Angel McCoughtry (St.Frances) had a last-second try for the Dream, but her long 3-pointer from the left side bounced off the far side of the rim at the buzzer. McCoughtry, who had 19 points, tying Iziane Castro Marques for team high, wound up with three stitches in her forehead after a collision with Seattle's Jana Vesela with 8:59 to play.
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By Sports Digest | September 26, 2010
ravens A Purple Evening women's event to be held Oct. 11 The Baltimore Ravens will host their annual women's event, A Purple Evening, on Oct. 11 at M&T Bank Stadium. The event will run 5 p.m.-10 p.m. and is expected to draw 3,000-plus fans. Though the evening is not exclusive to women, it is aimed atfemale Ravens fans. The event offers access to player autographs — wristbands to obtain signatures will be distributed beginning at 4 p.m. outside Gate A of the stadium.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 18, 2009
Men's college soccer UMBC squanders 2-goal lead, loses to Longwood in OT UMBC (10-3-0) surrendered a two-goal lead and fell, 3-2, in overtime to visiting Longwood (3-9-2) in miserable conditions. Lancers sophomore midfielder Chris Saul scored 3:27 into the first overtime period for the victory. Forwards Andrew Bulls (McDonogh) and Levi Houapeu scored in the 24th and 29th minutes, respectively, for the Retrievers. Bulls, who entered last week as the nation's leading scorer, got his 15th goal of the season.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | September 5, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - Rarely do you find a college soccer game in early September that can spark any considerable interest, but there's certainly one to be found tonight when Maryland plays host to UCLA at Ludwig Field. The numbers, timing and the two teams' recent history are clear indicators this is not just another regular-season game. It's the defending national champion Bruins, ranked No. 1 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll, vs. the No. 2 Terrapins; the home opener for the Terps at a dolled-up Ludwig, and a rematch of last year's national semifinal game, when all the breaks went the Bruins' way for a 2-1 win on a late penalty kick.
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Sports Digest | November 9, 2011
Et cetera Terps men upset by BC in ACC quarters, 2-1 Seventh-seeded Boston College used two quick first-half goals to defeat second-seeded Maryland, 2-1, in the Atlantic Coast Conference men's soccer quarterfinals Tuesday night. The host Terps (13-3-3) had an 18-9 advantage in shots, but the Eagles (13-5-0) held on after scoring in the 13th and 17th minutes. Maryland's Casey Townsend scored his 13th goal of the season two minutes into the second half when he flicked in a cross from Jereme Raley . The NCAA tournament bracket will be announced Monday.
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Sports Digest | September 18, 2012
Et cetera Ovechkin says he's ready to play full season in Russia While he has yet to sign a contract, there is little doubt that Alex Ovechkin will play in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League during the NHL lockout. It's just a matter of where. On Monday, the Washington Capitals star left wing told Sovetsky Sport that he believes the lockout could cost the NHL a full season. Via Yahoo blogger Dmitry Chesnokov , Ovechkin told Sovetsky Sport's Pavel Lysenkov : "If the [NHL]
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Sports Digest | November 8, 2011
Et cetera Towson's West earns weekly honor in CAA Towson freshman tailback Terrance West (Northwestern) was named the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for a career-high 183 yards on 21 carries and scoring three touchdowns in the Tigers' 40-30 victory Saturday over Maine, which pulled Towson into a a three-way tie for first place in the CAA. Also, Towson (7-2, 5-1) is ranked 12th in the The Sports Network/Fathead.com College Football Weekly Poll.
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